Wednesday fire destroys Kenilworth home
Fire fighters wrap up hoses and put equipment away after extinguishing a blaze at a private residence in Kenilworth on Dec. 14. Last Wednesday's fire destroyed an 85-year-old home that was originally constructed by a coal company to house miners alo...
Spreading holiday cheer appears to irritate Carbon canine
Beau looks mortified by the fact his owner placed antlers on the Siberan Husky. In many local households, pets and Carbon County residents are playing fairly equal roles in celebrating the holiday season....
Jazz Bear rallies in support of 2005 Spencer's Wish activities
The Utah Jazz Bear shoots silly string at a volunteer at the Spencer's Wish activity last Saturday. The local charity was set up in memory of Spencer Roundy and to honor the youth's wish to help Santa deliver presents to children across the world. Ro...
Helper city officials adopt general plan
Members of the Helper council adopted a general plan for the city last Thursday.
Price council reviews water report, engineering firm recommendations
On Dec. 14, representatives of Hansen, Allen & Luce Inc. presented the Price City Council with a final report of a water depletion and recovery study.
Identity Theft Crimes Continuing to Climb at Locations Across Utah, U.S.
Identity fraud crimes continue to climb at locations across Utah and throughout the United States.
Santa Visits with Youngsters Attending Baca Holiday Event
Sammy, Kayla and Mattie Davis visit with Santa during last week's Bikers Against Child Abuse holiday celebration. Santa arrived at 1 p.m. and about 360 children got to sit on his lap while telling Jolly Old Saint Nick what they wanted for Christmas. ...
BLM Slates Hearing in Western Oil Shale, Tar Sands Access Eis
Last week, the United States Bureau of Land Management announced the federal agency's plans to implement oil shale and tar sands legislation sponsored by Sen. Orrin Hatch. The legislation was included in the comprehensive energy law enacted last summ...